Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Mulberry Scion

  I was asked for a poem for an event organised by The Friends of Malvern Springs and Wells for their event Two Malverns and a Mulberry Tree, held during Malvern Civic Week. Brief background: George Bernard Shaw, Malvern Festival’s … Continue reading

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“Tu-whit, tu-who, a merry note”

Chilly walk on the Hills today. When icicles hang by the wall And Dick the shepherd blows his nail And Tom bears logs into the hall And milk comes frozen home in pail, When blood is nipp’d and ways be … Continue reading

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“Exit, Pursued by a Demon”

Shakespeare’s missing play, Cardenio, has been brought to life by painstaking detective work and reconstruction. Which cultural news reminds me how much I love Shakespeare – and how much better I wish I knew his works. A few years ago … Continue reading

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